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Thu, Jan 22, 2015 9:51 PM
Four-hour production will take audiences on a journey that will explore 'the points of contact between sound and silence in music and meditation.'
Director Ron Howard can stop with the trailers. This poster is all I need to be there on opening night.
Animated feature takes the question 'I wonder what they're thinking?' to a whole new level.
When it comes to aviation accidents, bad weather and human error are often to blame.
Earth's oceans now contain 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic trash, according to the most thorough survey of its kind.
Artist channels his love of cycling into fascinating paintings of iconic landmarks all around the world — all of which are printed using bicycle tire treads.
Falls can incapacitate or even kill, but wearing high-heeled shoes might help prevent them.
Actor signs up for director Greg MacGillivray's IMAX feature 'Humpback Whales.'
Research has found a link between certain national personality traits and attitudes toward the environment.
The enchanting yet highly controversial 'magical new green space' has many Londoners fired up over issues of funding, aesthetics and accessibility.
Not only does the first cold snap of the year bring shivers, it also inspires dreams of sunny tropical beaches.
Oscar-winning director hopes the animated short inspires people to take action before it's too late.
Bill Gates, Arianna Huffington and many others contribute millions as the petition site's influence continues to swell.
Famous explorer's story gets lavish treatment in new Netflix miniseries.
Director Richard Linklater's 12-years-in-the-making drama is earning Best Film accolades from all around the industry.
The island nation is using its natural and cultural resources to attract filmmakers from around the world.
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